Details on the fun to be had at a Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place, part of our series on local Holiday Family Fun this year.
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We share the details on family friendly Saint Patrick’s Day activities and ideas. Enjoy St. Patricks Day crafts, recipes, and NJ Saint Patrick’s Day parades.
Learn all about Presidents’ Day and share these five fun facts about Presidents Day with your kids before heading out to enjoy their day off from school!
3 ideas for easy Chinese New Year crafts for kids. No mess, no fuss, no drying required crafts that will make your Chinese New Year celebrations fun.
Jersey Family Fun shares Valentine’s Day activities, local events, ideas, and Valentine’s Day crafts for families that we’ve done and blogged. We’re sharing our Valentine’s Day ideas and as well as some from our favorite bloggers.
Jersey Family Fun shares ways to celebrate National Popcorn Day and offers readers a chance to win a National Popcorn Day Netflix DVD.com movie gift pack with a $100 Visa gift card.
Whether the weather outside is too cold, you don’t want to drag your kids out to an expensive event or you just like staying home enjoy these 16 Fun New Year’s Eve Ideas for Kids. All of the ideas for New Year’s Eve can be done inside and inexpensively.
Jersey Family Fun’s listing of the 2017 Holiday TV Shows Schedule of holiday programs by date and channel.
5 ideas for easy Christmas Crafts For School Parties. No mess, no fuss, no drying required crafts that will make your holiday classroom party fun.
4 ideas for easy Hanukkah crafts for school parties. No mess, no fuss, crafts that will help include Hanukkah in your holiday school party fun.
Holiday Family Fun in New Jersey is Jersey Family Fun’s guide to New Jersey area holiday events & everything you need for the most New Jersey holiday fun.
Details about the Macy’s Make a Wish Foundation Believe Campaign where kids can drop off letters to Santa at Macy’s to benefit the Make a Wish Foundation.
10 Ideas for using Halloween candy to teach math, an educational way to use leftover Halloween candy.